Braille painting gives new perspective on soldier's life
Pune-based painter Chintamani Hasabnis has created an artwork that shows the life of a soldier.
What is special about his artwork is that it can be touched and sensed by a visually challenged person.
His Braille painting has been presented as a Diwali gift to Indian Army soldiers posted on the India-Pakistan border, near Punjab. The painting was done at the request of the Pune Association for the Blind.
Hasabnis' painting also carries a poem written in Braille.
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